mines only 127k, I have added 2 extra fonts but only specific weights.
Have you added any other google fonts and have you checked the project settings to see if you have in the past but need to remove them?
Your picture shows installed fonts as AWS
I am not sure if mix/matching is an issue, probably isnt.
I wonder if not styling some text (leaving as default) as more fonts to the bundle.
You could change the body font so anything not styled has a default font that you use.
That could have something to do with not setting a font for the Body tag as @iDATUS mentioned, but I’m not 100% sure.
It looks like Webflow will load all of the weights/styles for any of the default Google Fonts you use from the Designer, so I would assume you’re using Open Sans and Oswald somewhere on the site too. This is an issue that’s been brought up in the forums and hopefully one Webflow will address soon.
I have a couple of sites that only use fonts from Adobe, and there are far fewer requests.
If reducing those requests is a priority for you, I’d recommend downloading and uploading the specific fonts you want to use, as mentioned in the thread below.
In the forum post I linked, @TG2 recommended uploading the fonts you want to use as Custom Fonts in Project Settings (even the Google fonts). They also recommended renaming the fonts you upload to be sure there’s no confusion that you’re using the uploaded fonts vs. the hosted versions.
This tool may be helpful with self-hosting Google Fonts.
Also, it looks like you assigned Roboto as the default font for a class called ‘Body 2’ rather than the pink ‘Body (All Pages)’ tag that will show up when you click ‘Inheriting x selectors’ above the class field.
I’m not sure of how to get rid of Open Sans and Oswald if they’re not being used and still showing up.
You could look through the source code on your published site to see if they show up in the CSS. I’m doubtful that removing Roboto from the Project Settings and uploading the font files will solve the issue with those other fonts.
Agreed: Webflow’s font loader is a mess. It’s genuinely sad to see it still in this state, years later.
The fix for extra fonts that you aren’t seemingly using is, yep, as blakelam suggests, opening your Webflow CSS & using CTRL/CMD +F to find any lingering classes that still call the font. There are ways to expose CSS in Webflow’s designer, but it’s a bit of a pain.
I just use View Page Source and directly download the CSS file. You can unminify to make it more readable, especially for combo classes. Once you find errant classes, head back to the Designer and create a blank div, assign that errant class, and then switch its font.